Win a trip to TASMANIA with Neil Gaiman @neilhimself


Bookend is a not-for-profit education initiative that seeks to inspire students and their communities with the positive environmental careers they can build making the world a better place.

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Bookend is funded through the donation of time, energy and resources by private individuals concerned about building a positive and co-operative environmental future for our students and community. We started this work voluntarily as we feel privileged in our careers, and we wish to pass this inspiration and opportunity to the next generation. This dedication is supported and guided through our Patrons, including best selling international author Neil Gaiman, national economic commentator Saul Eslake, wilderness photography expert Liz Dombrovskis, and international award-winning documentary maker Cathy Henkel. Our Founding patron was best selling international author Bryce Courtenay.

In previous years, Bookend has taken students on interactive and actual experiences from the World Heritage Wilderness of south-west Tasmania to Lord Howe Island, Antarctica, Papua New Guinea and Thailand. These adventures have covered volcanos, wilderness survival, coastal management, threatened species and more. Our 2014 range of projects fall under the banner of SIXTEEN LEGS.

Bookend is seeking support for the SIXTEEN LEGS project. Your help will allow us to complete filming and editing of the documentary, it will support student scholarships and research on the topics covered in the documentary, and it will help us expand and tour the SIXTEEN LEGS exhibition to other locations. In return, you’ll get great SIXTEEN LEGS products, and an opportunity to experience what Tasmania has to offer with NEIL GAIMAN!